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Probe Prison Ploy
Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2014

Probe Prison Ploy
Former solicitor general writes PM, citing 'unethical business venture' by attorneys:

MEMBERS of the slate of PNM political leader candidate Penny Beckles-Robinson yesterday gave a deadline of 4pm tomorrow for full disclosure of the complete PNM voters list

Party forms in opponents' hands
People's National Movement's (PNM) upcoming internal elections - 1,000 application forms have ended up in the hands of an activist of the New National Vision (NNV) party

Team Penny: Why were 7,000 rejected?

Alarm over San Fernando Hill quarrying- Mayor launches probe

Former minister warns: Millions lost through T&T's shadow economy
Former government Minister Christine Sahadeo: the absence of a well constituted T&T Revenue Authority (TTRA) is giving tax cheats the power to fuel a local shadow economy

T&TEC back-pedals on $8m land contract
Awarded to a partnership that was not recommended by the evaluation committee of the Commission.

PM's Easter message: Aspire to Forgiveness
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, in an Easter message, today calls for citizens to "stand together"and to "look deeply at the lives we live”.

Public viewing of Robinson's body from April 29

Putting cost before care
Petrotrin Oil Spill

Tough week for Rennie Coolman
Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial

Tewarie: Integrity in new procurement process
New bill to stamp out corruption...

Ramlogan: Large payouts to prisoners under PNM

Fired director hits back at Fuad
Former Eastern Regional Health Authority (ERHA) director Kiel Tak­lalsingh

Make sex education part of schools' curricula
Is sex still taboo in Trinidad and Tobago?

CARIFTA 2014 DAY 1 UPDATES - Cedenio, James strike gold

Unions concerned about reduced school security
Three unions are calling on Education Minister Tim Gopeesingh explain why there has been a reduction in security personnel at the nation's schools.

Probe ordered into illegal dumping
Princes Town Regional Corporation (PTRC) chairman Aiknath Singh has ordered a probe into illegal dumping at a Barrackpore community after several hundred pounds of rotting meat were found at a campsite.

Disease looms over T&T's cocoa dreams
An agricultural disease described by experts as one of the world's worst cocoa problems ...

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